However, he seemed to be faring better on the touring front.
That is, until now.
And let’s just say JT’s European fans are in for disappointing news.
Dive below for details…
In a statement released by the trek’s promoter confirmed that the launch of the Euro ‘Man Of The Woods Tour’ has been postponed.
Initially set to kick off in Paris on June 22nd, said date has been pushed back to July 3rd at the French capital’s AccorHotels Arena.
Meanwhile, three UK dates have been cancelled entirely. They are as follows:
Birmingham on June 28th; Manchester Arena on July 2nd; and Glasgow SSE Arena on July 6th. Ticket holders will reportedly be able to obtain full refunds immediately.
Shows at London’s O2 Arena will proceed as planned on July 9th and 11th. While others, such as the stop at Glasgow’s SSE Hydro have been rescheduled.
Interestingly, no firm word was given for the reason. Just the following:
“The Man Of The Woods European tour start has been slightly delayed resulting in the following changes to the UK performances.”
Per the delays and cancellations, here’s what the 37-year-old’s Euro itinerary now looks like:
Paris, AccorHotels Arena (3,4)
Glasgow, SSE Hydro (7)
London, The O2 (9,11)
Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome (15)
Antwerp, Sportpaleis (17)
Cologne, Lanxess Arena (21)
Stockholm, Friends Arena (31)
Oslo, Telenor Arena (August 2)
Copenhagen, Royal Arena (4)
Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena (8)
Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena (12)
Zurich, Hallestadion (16)
Frankfurt, Festhalle (20)
Arnhem, Gelredome (24)
Birmingham Arena (27)
Manchester Arena (29)
Will you be seeing Justin in your city?